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I'm A Celeb hit with record number of complaints over Bushtucker Trials

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RSPCA says 17,000 complaints have been sent over Bushtucker Trials. RSPCA chief executive Chris Sherwood says show risks trivialising animals' lives. ITV says it has rigorous protocols in place to ensure animals are handled safely. I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here returns to air on November 24.
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ITV hit with 'record number' of complaints over I'm A Celeb Bushtucker Trials

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I'm A Celeb hit with record number of complaints over Bushtucker Trials

The RSPCA has received over 17,000 complaints regarding the show's use of live animals.

2 months ago·Birmingham, United Kingdom
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